Brand Cars to propose a game: that you show the eye you have when ordering, from more expensive to cheaper, these four cars that we present to you. We already anticipate that they are not normal cars, but special models for collectors, and of course with a few years old and a few kilometers.

The four specific models have been sold at an auction held by Bonhams in Scottsdale (United States) this week. Although the auction ended on January 21, we do not want to look at the price at which they have been sold.

But at what they have been appraised. And why? You say. Well, because the appraisal is something objective, a very exact and justified valuation that some experts have marked, while the final price always depends on the heat that a capricious wealthy feels for a certain model.

But let’s go with the four models, which are specifically a Fiat 1,100, a Rolls-Royce Corniche IV, a Ferrari Testarossa, and a Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo 1. As we are not so bad, we are going to give you some information so that you have it a little easier when it comes to establishing the order.

Fiat 1100 Turismo Veloce Chartmant Coupe

Yes, we know that it is small and that it has a 1.1 engine with only 57 hp, but this model is one of the twelve models that Vignale built based on the popular Italian utility vehicle. A good addition to this exclusivity is that it has restored disassembling it completely and your engine only indicates 6,012 km.

Rolls-Royce Corniche IV

With 45,000 km on its marker, it has had door panels, front seat upholstery, canvas roof, and in general everything that could have certain signs of use. This particular model is the fourth generation (1993), of which only 219 copies were made and which makes it the rarest, most sophisticated, and desirable Corniche.

Ferrari Testarossa

It may be the most iconic sports car of the eighties, but this unit is also Monospechio (a single mirror and high) and Monodado (with single-nut rims) which makes it more valued by motor enthusiasts. It works perfectly has 65,811 km, and is accompanied by a sealed maintenance book.

Lancia Delta HF Integrale Evo 1

Known as the Martini 6 this version commemorated Lancia’s dominance in the world rally in 1992 for the sixth consecutive year. Only 310 copies were built and the one you see has only 27,000 km.

Also it has been so well cared for by its many owners (up to six) that the interior remains impeccable despite not having been restored. You already have some information. Now, to calculate the price of a car, you have to really weigh many aspects, such as its rarity, its condition,

Its low mileage, it is racing pedigree, how iconic it was at the time, the quality of its restoration. or its excellent conservation. But we don’t want to delay the answer to this riddle any longer, so below these lines, you will finally find the answer. By the way, we would like you to write in comments what you think the order should be.